Born in Poland in 1948, André Inglot has lived in France since 1981.
André Inglot graduated from the Polish School of Fine Arts in 1965. He was a delegate for contemporary exhibitions at the National Museum of Ziema Lubuska from 1979 to 1981. Influenced by impressionism, Inglot’s landscapes and marine scenes reveal a soft, changing light, and unsuspected perspectives. Since living in France, Inglot has also created a number of interior and exterior mural paintings (frescos), one of which is "the biggest painting of France, and was realised near one of the largest haubans bridges in the world".
- Magazin’ Art, biennial guide to Canadian artists in galleries, 2002-2003
- Poster of the film «The Little Buddha » by Bernardo Bertulucci
- Chaussures Bloc, Dijon, France
- Escadrille Communication & Publicité, Paris, France
- Eurotranslation enr.
- Galeries Lafayette, Paris, France
- J-Mafor Inc.
- Immeubles Trans-National
- Mairie de Fontenay, Sous-Bois, France
- Mairie Elancourt-Yvelines, France
- The St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corp.
- Ville de Vincennes, France
- Wall Street Capitol, USA
Prizes and honours
- 1975 - Delegate for contemporary exhibitions, National at the Museum of Ziema Lubuska,
- 1981 - Inducted into the order of cultural merit for the region of Zielona, Pologne, 1980
- 2nd Prize, Western Exhibit, Zielona Gora, Poland
- 1979 - 1st Prize, Fall Exhibit, Zary, Poland
- 1975 - 1st Prize, Polish Art Revue